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Chemical Engineering - 2010

Program Summary

Campus: Kensington Campus
Career: Research
Typical Duration: 2 Years
Typical UOC Per Semester: 24
Min UOC Per Semester: 3
Max UOC Per Semester: 24
Min UOC For Award: 96
Master of Science (Research)

Program Description

The School welcomes enquiries from graduates interested in pursuing research for the award of the degree Master of Science.

Upon applying, applicants must attach to their admission form: a statement of about 100 words of a proposed research plan; details of previous research experience; names and addresses of two academic referees from most recent studies who would be willing to support your application; a full academic transcript of your qualifications (a certified English translation is required if this is not in English); and be able to satisfy English requirements (you may apply to do an intensive english training course if you are not able to satisfy these requirements).

Please contact the School for an information/enrolment package to be sent to you, be sure to include your full address (Email:

Program Objectives and Graduate Attributes

Please contact the School of Chemical Sciences Engineering or the Faculty of Engineering for information.

Program Structure

Please contact the School of Chemical Sciences Engineering or the Faculty of Engineering for information.

Academic Rules


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